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Waka Huia 2016 Winiata Harrison showcases 1000 acres of his ancestral...

KAITIEKI: The last cowboy from Kennedy’s Bay, Coromandel, former stock drover Winiata Harrison (Ngāti Porou) showcases 1000 acres of his ancestral land and his...

Radio-Canada wins Michener Award for story on Que. police abuse of...

CBC's sister French-language broadcaster, Société Radio-Canada's Enquête, won the top prize at the prestigious Michener Awards on Friday. Governor General David Johnston presented the award in recognition of...

B.C. indigenous leaders bring case against LNG terminal to Ottawa

Two B.C. First Nations leaders fighting a proposal to export liquefied natural gas from Lelu Island say Ottawa needs to recognize the hereditary rights...

Waka Huia 2016 Te Oraiti Calcott, one of the original Kōhanga...

One of the original Kōhanga Reo strategists, raised in prayer and the old ways, the late Te Oraiti Calcott (Ngāti Porou) reveals how to...

Brazil indigenous community faces imminent eviction over land dispute – Amnesty

RIO DE JANEIRO, June 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An indigenous community in southwestern Brazil faces imminent eviction from its traditional territories, Amnesty International...

After Govt Ignored Him, This Man Turned A Dying River Of...

In the year 2000, Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal decided that it was time to clean up a sacred part of the Hoshiarpur district of Punjab,...

Māori chef’s cuisine served on the world’s largest cruise ship

  Harmony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world it cost $2bil to build and owned by...

Māori astronomer claims Matariki has nine stars, not seven

Respected academic and Māori astronomer Dr Rangi Matamua has dropped a bombshell. He says there are nine stars in the Matariki cluster not seven....
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